Major airlines in the United States are expecting record numbers of travelers this year over the Thanksgiving holiday period.

United Airlines, for example, told Travel + Leisure it expects to have its busiest Thanksgiving ever with more than 5.9 million people flying from Nov. 17 to Nov. 29. That’s 13 percent more passengers than last year and nearly 5 percent more than 2019.

All that will be supported by an average of more than 3,900 flights per day.

Similarly, Delta Air Lines told T+L it expects to fly between 6.2 million and 6.4 million passengers from Nov. 17 through Nov. 28, also an increase compared to both 2019 and last year. The carrier expects the busiest days to be the Friday before Thanksgiving, Nov. 17, and the Sunday and Monday after the holiday, Nov. 26 and Nov. 27.

American Airlines expects to welcome the most travelers with more than 7.8 million customers forecast to fly with the airline from Nov. 16 to Nov. 28. The volume of passengers will mark the most trafficked Thanksgiving ever for the carrier with Nov. 26 expected to be the busiest travel day.